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Light N Secure Announces Discounts On Alarms, Surveillance Equipment And Safes

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Light N Secure has introduced a new site and announced discounts on its home security systems and lighting products.

Verona, PA – January 10, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Light N Secure is proud to announce their new site to show off its home security and lighting products. Also, substantial promotional discounts on the best wireless home security systems and products are being offered. In addition to the savings, online visitors to lightnsecure.com will also be able to receive free shipping for their purchases.

Following the festive season, end of year bonuses and extravagant gifting, Light N Secure recommends that all home owners take special precaution in protecting their new possessions. Property crimes may be decreasing but they do still occur and are costing home owners and insurance companies a significant amount of money.

According to FBI estimates in its annual report: “Crime in the United States,” violent crimes increased by 0.7% in 2012 while property crime decreased by 0.9%. During 2012, property crimes occurred at a rate of 2859.2 offenses per 100,000 (a decline of 1,6% compared to 2011 data). There were 8,975,438 property crimes committed nationwide for the 2012 year. Significantly the victims of property crimes experienced losses amounting to $15.5-billion (excluding arson).

With these figures in mind Light N Secure has imported a range of top quality products designed exclusively for the US market. The range includes Security Lighting, Security Surveillance and Security Safes that are strong, secure and fire-proof.

To light up the home or work space, Light N Safe carries a range of LED lights, which deter intruders from trying to enter someone’s property, and which operate using up to 80% less electricity than conventional security lights. The LED range includes a selection of MR16, GU10 and E27 LEDs in spotlights and sensor light bulbs.

To safeguard the home or office from would-be intruders, Light N Secure features a selection of state of the art alarm systems, including sirens, infrared sensors, wireless solutions, door stops and wireless window alarms. There is also a range of quality self install digital security cameras, for home owners who are shopping on a tight budget and ceiling mounted intrusion alarm kits for owners who want technology that is a little more sophisticated. A full range of motion sensors and driver alerts is also on offer.

In the unlikely event that intruders do gain access to the home, keeping valuables locked away in an impenetrable, fire-proof safe can prevent robbers from making off with cash or valuables. Light N Secure also features a wide range of security safes, with electronic or combination locks.

All security lights, home security systems and components, and security safes fall under Light N Safe’s January sale prices, which means the cost of protecting valuables and keeping the family safe has never been more affordable or accessible.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.lightnsecure.com/index.html

Contact Info:
Name: Paula Brison
Email: lightnsecure@gmail.com
Organization: Light N Secure

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